Forget the Prologue. It’s all about the trailers!

I’ve been thinking more about the celebrity praise page for the E3 2014 MGSV trailer, and it’s becoming funnier and funnier to me.

I just finished writing about how disappointing and fumbled the storytelling of Ground Zeroes itself was.  It’s strange how none of these great celebrities are discussing how good of a job he did with that, considering it’s THE ACTUAL PROLOGUE OF THE GAME.

Why would Konami seek out reactions of celebrities on a mere trailer, when the prologue is already available for the world?  Did they even ask them about Ground Zeroes, or do they already know that no intelligent person would praise it as a masterpiece or a work of art?  Call me crazy, but I think the prologue should be considered a better test of Kojima’s storytelling ability than a carefully edited trailer with a licensed song.  I mean, isn’t that what a prologue is for?

The trailer praise page serves as a reminder of how lame Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes is.  It already injected cash into Kojima Productions and served as a beta test for the Fox Engine, so now nobody needs to be reminded of its supposedly crucial role and its groundbreaking mature themes, artistic depth, or genius creative vision.  That honor belongs to a damn trailer.

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